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Content Marketing Intern

Content Marketing Internship

Internship | Marketing | Boston, MA

At GasBuddy, we take pride in helping people by building innovative, comprehensive products for millions of gas station owners, fuel retailers and drivers on the road every day - and our world-class team is always up the challenge. GasBuddy is a place that empowers employees to grow, build and thrive. Whether we’re releasing a new app feature or competing in ping pong tournaments, you’ll be a part of a team that puts in 110%.

Are you creative? An awesome writer? Is your Instagram page on point? Are you always in the know? Then GasBuddy has an excellent opportunity for a driven individual interested in a career in marketing and communications!

This role supports the Marketing/PR team and will work on consumer marketing campaigns in the area of content creation. You will create engaging lifestyle content in the form of blog posts, photos and videos that will be shared to our 16 million members via our popular app, blog, social media channels and email!

You will work closely with the Director of Marketing and gain one-of-a-kind exposure to the inner workings of a fast paced, forward-thinking tech company and all things Marketing and Communications!

What You’ll Do:

Research, edit and write articles related to the GasBuddy brand re: travel, personal finance, transportation, all-things-gas and convenience stores

  • Capture photos to accompany blog articles and social media
  • Create short-form videos for blog and social media
  • Assist with publishing blog post
  • Generate social media content
  • Provide event feedback and experience through a digital journal
  • Social media account management (edit profile pics, cover photos, acct info, etc.); monitor social activity, online engagement and reviews
  • Run basic content marketing reports; create monthly social and blog reports for executive review
  • Contribute to the analysis of data
  • Assist with Search Engine Marketing (PPC & SEO)
  • Perform and assist with various projects as needed by the Marketing Team

What We Seek:

  • Currently pursuing a degree in marketing, journalism or communications
  • Excellent written communication and organization skills
  • Photography experience
  • Strong knowledge of all social media platforms and how they work
  • Experience with Wordpress
  • Understanding of digital marketing best practices
  • Exceptional written/oral communication, organizational, and planning skills
  • Outgoing, energetic, and highly motivated (must be a “people person”)
  • Ability to think creatively and participate in promotion ideas and discussions
  • Detail oriented

Availability:

  • Spring/Summer internship; 10–15 hours per week

This opportunity is physically located in our office in the North End neighborhood in Boston, MA

  • Please email your resume and any examples of work to mharriott@gasbuddy.com
  • Please use subject line: “Content Marketing Intern”

About GasBuddy

GasBuddy is a smartphone app connecting drivers with their Perfect Pit Stop™. With nearly 70 million downloads, GasBuddy is the leader in crowdsourced information to help drivers find the best gas prices, closest stations, friendliest service, cleanest restrooms, tastiest coffee and much more. GasBuddy is the leading source for the most accurate, real-time fuel prices at more than 140,000 gas stations in the U.S, Canada, and Australia. The Company’s B2B Retailer Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), known as GasBuddy Business Pages, provide Fuel Marketers and Retailers their best opportunity to maintain their station information, manage their brand, and promote to their target consumer audience. For more information, visit www.gasbuddy.com

GasBuddy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regards to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, military status, national origin or any other characteristic protected under federal, state or applicable local law.

To all recruitment agencies: GasBuddy does not accept agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our jobs alias, GasBuddy employees or any other company location. GasBuddy is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. Unsolicited resumes received will be considered our property and will be processed accordingly.

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